Sebastian Inlet State Park is more than just a surfer’s paradise, it offers something for everyone! Sunbathers enjoy unspoiled beaches, collecting shells, and swimming in either the ocean or protected cove. Kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, and scuba diving are popular activities for the adventure seekers to explore the calm waters of the Intracoastal or the coral reefs along the coastline. Anglers make impressive catches from the two jetties extending into the Atlantic Ocean and from the bridge catwalks. The catwalks are also a great spot for viewing wildlife such as manatees, sea turtles, dolphin, birds and other animals passing through the inlet. During summer evenings there are ranger-led programs and tours to witness sea turtle nesting on the beaches. The Sebastian Inlet is a popular place for tent and RV camping with campsites equipped with water and electrical hook-ups, grills and picnic tables. There are also picnic pavilions and playgrounds perfect for large gatherings. Boaters can drop in at ramps located on both sides of the Inlet so they can easily access the Intracoastal or Ocean. Two museums located on the south side of the park provide area history. The McLarty Treasure Museum features the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet while the Sebastian Fishing Museum chronicles history of the area’s fishing industry.
The Sebastian Inlet State Park is truly a special place to spend the day. Entrance cost per vehicle is $8.00. The Surfside Grill And Adventures is the official concessionaire of the park offering rentals, food and tours. Ready for a visit to the Sebastian Inlet State Park? Click the link to plan your day: https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/sebastian-inlet-state-park
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